A new poll just dropped that has millions of Christians rejoicing


2019 has been a good year for American Christians, following the passage of a number of pro-life bills across the country.

But the year is far from over.

And now a new poll just dropped that has millions of Christians rejoicing.

For decades, the pro-life issue has been fluctuating when it comes to approval polls.

In recent years, for the most part, polling has shown that most Americans support abortion, or at least the “right” to have one.

But a brand new Gallup poll shows that is turning around.

The poll shows that 49% of Americans consider themselves pro-life to only 46% who consider themselves pro-choice.

Along with this, the polling shows the percentage of people who believe abortion should be illegal in either all circumstances, or in most cases, has risen from 53% last year to 60%.

LifeSiteNews reports:

Last week, Gallup released its annual public-opinion poll on abortion policy, and its results contain some good news for abortion opponents. According to the survey, a plurality of Americans now identify as pro-life, with 49 percent of respondents calling themselves “pro-life,” and 46 percent calling themselves “pro-choice.” This is the first Gallup poll since 2013 in which a higher percentage of respondents identified as “pro-life” rather than “pro-choice.”

The new survey also found that the percentage of Americans who think abortion should either be “illegal in all circumstances” or “legal in only a few circumstances” increased from 53 to 60 percent between 2018 and 2019. A Gallup poll conducted in May, meanwhile, found that the percentage of Americans who consider abortion immoral reached 50 percent for the first time since 2012.

While there is no definitive way to know the exact cause of this rapid increase in pro-life support, it can likely be attributed to the Democrats’ extremism.

Over the past year, they have ramped up their pro-abortion rhetoric to the point that they are actively supporting infanticide.

This is causing reasonable people to question the entire issue more intently.

Do you consider yourself pro-life?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.


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  2. I have been PROLIFE all my years since I made Jesus Lord of my life. I spent 13 years on the BOD’s with four of those years as President of the board of one of the largest Pregnancy Centers in the US. My wife, of many years, volunteered about 25 hours/week for those 13 years working for the Center. She did so much that when the Lord took her Home, I kept asking Him why so early and on the fifth Sunday after He took her home, He told me “that she has finished her race, she has finished well, and now she is enjoying the fruit that she has laid up in Heaven. Now you go out and finish your race, and I will give you peace from this day forward”. And He has. My one daughter, her daughter and her granddaughter all walk for life at the annual fundraiser. God made them and we need to always respect His ways of keeping them alive and well.

  3. I am first and foremost pro-life. If I have an opportunity, I will speak my piece and move on. I realize that I am not responsible for other people’s decisions. Since I am a Christian I believe that they will answer for their actions at the end of their life. Frankly I don’t see why they can’t just give the child up for adoption, then move on and start practicing birth control which they should have done to begin with.


  5. May God Almighty have mercy on America and her people for the murder of the unborn.

  6. The poll that shows that 49% of Americans consider themselves pro-life to only 46% who consider themselves pro-choice is a false choice. Pro-life people are pro-choice because they recognize their free will in choosing good over the evil of abortion. Pro-abortion people attempt to make themselves feel better by thinking about their right to choose instead of what they choose. Change the polling question to reflect the truth.

  7. Polling percentages without the number polled are meaningless. If I ask 3 people a question and 2 say yes and 1 says no, then I can say 67% of Americans polled agree while 33% disagree. Totally meaningless.


  9. Let’s be honest for a change and call a spade a spade. The “pro-choice” label is not accurate. They are the party of death and the alphabet people. That is an honest description of their “pro” agenda. This renaming of pro-abortion to pro-choice is the same as homosexuals to gays. Call it what they will but it doesn’t change the fact that their real argument us with God. I’m quite sure even they know how that argument ends.

  10. I would hate to be the Doctors, Nurses, Mothers, Congressmen and Advocates of ABORTION on Judgement day!A Gehenna Fire is waiting for them!

  11. jim…You are right on. Abortion is the murder of the most helpless innocent human beings. Life begins at conception, but the lying dems deny it. They swear by science when it fits their agenda, but deny it when it doesn’t

  12. Historically, my family generally voted on the issues – in other words none of us were ever solid democrat on republican. But there is one issue which transcends all others and that is the constitutional right to Life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. How can you have liberty and pursue happiness if you lose your right to life before or after birth? Any politician who flaunts their support for killing an unborn child as a choice is unworthy to represent any of us. There is something wrong with their mental processes and it could carry over to other important issues like war and peace and Euthanasia. Unfortunately the Democratic party is now the Party of Death. As an octogenarian I suspect I and others of similar age will be next on their list in their scheme to impose a Culture of Death. The Creator of the universe, however will have the last say.

  13. Since being “allowed” to kill the baby before it’s born became so easy and commonly done, it eventually became turned into wanting to be allowed to kill the baby AFTER it was born.
    All bad decisions get worse.

  14. I believe everyone who thinks abortion is a good thing should watch an abortion video and see if they still feel that way…Furthermore I think ANYONE who has an abortion should be sterilized at the same procedure to avoid killing MORE innocent children.
    We are living in the Devil’s playground down here be sure to choose the right team…

    God bless America!

  15. Greg Hopkins: I have stated, on other blogs, the same as you have commented now.In this day and age there is no reason for any woman to become pregnant to begin with. But I will say, other than a woman that is truly raped or if incest was preformed.Then and only then should abortion be an option. But that decision is between the woman and GOD. You are also correct by your description of our world today. It has become the Devil’s playground….

  16. You can’t be a “Pro Choice” Christian – That is an oxymoron and a stand that a REPROBATE (or a very ignorant Christian) would take as per Chapter 6 in Proverbs (Taking of innocent life). Time to repent in The name of Jesus Christ.

  17. I agree you Mr. Don Nauyokus and Mr. pilot 84, sir’s, IF I had a Daughter, a Granddaughter and a Great Granddaughter, I would call them My Princess, My Countess and My Duchess, I would treat them like my Extended Royal Family, and they would wear a Chastity Belt until they got married to a Peace Loving Christian Man that would Cherish/Treasure and Treat them with Dignity/Love and with Honor! Just remember If They Get Treated Rudely, those females can start ripping those rude men with their long finger nails, and it will NOT be pleasant Physically and or Mentally! I am Pro-Life and I am a Christian, Abortion/Infanticide, both are a Big Sin’s against Humanity, and it gets worse, when a person gets rich and power hungry on top of Abortion/Infanticide too, will be in Purgatory before his/her time that Satan will be a Calling!

  18. definitely, the polls should read opposites as in:
    Pro Life or Pro Death
    Live babies vs Dead babies
    Pro Choice or No choice
    Why do we allow them to sugar coat killing?

  19. Or, if they’re unwanted they could have a life of abuse and poverty (mpt that being poor is intrinsically bad but it certainly goes hand in hand with less opportunity). They could also become serial killers.

  20. Let us hope this increase in the pro-life movement remains defiant and constant, until perhaps one day all Americans will come to their senses.

  21. Hugh, you don’t have to worry, with Trump as President he might start a war where we all die together.

  22. If your daughter, or wife, or niece, or sister, or granddaughter were raped would you be cruel enough to try to talk her out of an abortion? Some of you if you had a heart would race to the closes clinic because you right wingers are hurting women by taking away their constitutional right of 46 years.

  23. Despite the typos you expressed the point our many of the crazy right wing plans, to shut down clinics that perform them, or bomb the places and kill doctors and nurses like Bill O’Reilly wanted with his Tiller the Baby Killer campaign. Also, the waiting period changes, informing parents, not allowing abortions on various insurance plans and welfare where many of the women have no chance to raise a child in decent conditions. They are not children, they are possibly children, some might get miscarried, but parents don’t have children for the children’s sake they have them for their own selfish reasons, for better or worse. Why don’t you help the children living already in Africa, or South America who don’t get enough to eat, are living in possibly horrible homes or orphanages. You have misplaced your disdain for abortion to blame it on women, liberals, try blaming yourselves for not allowing more birth control education here and around the world. Did you know the Republicans always cut aid to countries if they have any kind of birth control programs. I was raised Catholic and a lot of the problem stems from Catholicism which wants the church to grow despite the poverty and abuse it has heaped on many people for centuries.

  24. I am 100% Pro-Life from Conception to Natural Death! The only One who decides who will live or die is Our Lord Almighty God, The Most Holy Trinity, Father, Son And Holy Spirit! As a Member of The One Holy Catholic And Apostolic Church, I will defend the Right to life to my death. I wonder what part of Jeremiah 1:5 these Pro-Abortion folks don’t understand. One day they will stand before Christ in judgement after their earthly death and give account of the blood on their souls, as we all will have to give account of that which we have done while in the body, whether good or bad. This is why we must repent and be forgiven through the Church before we die, so as to stand before our Lord with a pure soul. Praise Our Lord Jesus Christ!

  25. A new Gallup poll just showed more Americans consider themselves “pro-life” than “pro-choice” for the first time in six years.

    Just in the past year, Americans who think abortion should be severely restricted or banned in all circumstances increased 7 points to 60 percent!

    It’s clear the momentum is on our side.

    In fact, when the Institute for Pro-Life Advancement, conducted a poll of millennials in January, we found:
    Only 7 percent shared the position of the Democratic Party Platform – abortion without any exceptions and funded by tax dollars.

    7 of 10 millennials support limits on abortion through specific policies like parental notification, limiting abortions later in pregnancy like at 5 months of pregnancy, and opposition to government funding of abortion.

    More millennials than not support Roe’s reversal. Asked directly about support for overturning Roe and returning abortion to the states, 41 percent supported Roe’s reversal.

    65 percent support the right to vote on abortion-related policy and want a voice on abortion policy.

    56 percent oppose selling Chemical Abortion drugs on-line or dropping the requirement for a physical exam because of the risks to women.

    By about a 3 to 1 margin (48 percent to 17 percent), millennials said they preferred that their tax dollars went to Federally Qualified Health Centers rather than the abortion giant, Planned Parenthood.

    51 percent said that they opposed Roe, when they understood it allows for abortion through all 9 months of pregnancy.

    According to a recent Wall Street Journal report, only one in five millennials aged 18 to 34 has ever tried a McDonald’s Big Mac.

    While the New York Daily News claims this is because they prefer “better-for-you” burger joints, it’s certainly worth noting that this could also be because so many millennials don’t eat meat.

    Although McDonald’s claims to target the largest generation in history, it’s clear that millennials aren’t biting the fast-food giant’s bait. This generation boasts more vegetarian members than any previous one.

    According to The New York Times, “An estimated twelve percent of millennials say they are ‘faithful vegetarians,’ compared with four percent of Gen X’ers and one percent of baby boomers.”

    If McDonald’s wants to attract millennials, it would do best to follow in the footsteps of Ikea and White Castle, which have both added meatless versions of signature dishes to their menus.

    According to a 2016 Harris Poll commissioned by The Vegetarian Resource Group, 37 percent of Americans regularly order meals without fish, meat, or poultry when eating out. What is most interesting about this poll is that only around 3.3 percent of adults in the U.S. would identify themselves as being vegetarian.

    For the past few decades, meat consumption in the U.S. has seen a steady decline. According to recent studies, thirty percent of Americans are not only leaving meat off their plates, but also seeking out plant-based meat alternatives. We also know that this trend is largely driven by millennials, who are more inclined than Baby Boomers to seek out food that is healthy, organic, and in line with their ethics. As a result, we are seeing a drop in meat and dairy consumption and an increase in demand for brands that have a positive social and environmental impact while still commanding the same amount of protein that can be gotten from animal-based sources.

    So why is this happening? Well, remember all those gross questions – turns out, people have been asking them for a few decades now and consumer awareness around the health, environmental, and animal welfare concerns associated with industrial animal agriculture has lead to a steady decline in overall meat consumption.

    On whole, around one-third of Americans are leaving meat off the menu more frequently, meaning that this rise in plant-based eating can hardly be written off as a passing diet trend. Further, 2017 study from Technomic, a food based research firm, found that three-fifths of consumers eat at least one meatless meal a week while two-thirds of millennials claim to eat plant-based meats regularly. millennials alone represent a one trillion dollar market and command a huge amount of buying power in the value-based shopping sector. Interestingly, only around one in ten millennials identifies as vegan or vegetarian.

    What we’re seeing here is a growing sector of people who are looking for products that are healthier and responsible for less damage to animals and the planet – conscious consumerism at its best.

    A recent report by global market research firm Mintel shows that more people than ever are open to trying meatless burgers, a trend that is being driven largely by millennials; 64 percent have tried meatless burgers versus 28 percent of Baby Boomers.

    Plant-based eating is the way of the future. Not only do one in ten millennials now identify as vegan and/or vegetarian, but forty percent of Americans choose to leave meat off their plates, and six percent of Americans identify as plant-based eaters. Plant-based food is not just a fad; it’s here to stay.

    A recent Mirror article discusses plummeting dairy sales in the UK due to lack of consumption among millennials.

    “[I]ndustry leaders have warned farmers are facing a crisis as vegan diets are behind young people losing their taste for milk, cheese and eggs,” states the article.

    This trend isn’t unique to the UK. The New York Times reports that twelve percent of millennials identify as faithful vegans or vegetarians; that’s three times more than Generation X.

    U.S. milk consumption has fallen a whopping forty percent since 1970, with millennials, now the world’s largest generation, accelerating the decline. By contrast, sales of nondairy milk alternatives have soared by thirty percent since 2011.

    The Mirror cites endorsement from vegan celebrities like Miley Cyrus and Ellie Goulding as a contributor to the rise of veganism while the Guardian notes social media applications like Instagram and YouTube are exposing teens to vegan messaging more than ever. Regardless of why millennials are ditching animal products, it’s great news for the future of our planet.

    Earlier, Reuters released an article detailing the benefits of a vegan world, including reducing greenhouse gases, fighting poverty, sparing the lives of billions of animals, and saving more than $700 billion in healthcare.

    People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) said on its website several years ago that “Flexitarians (dining veg on occasion) can save the world!” That might be true of millennials, too.

  26. The Bible permits abortion. Pro-lifers must become secular.

    Genesis 38:24. Tamar’s pregnancy was proof that she was sexually active. Because she was a widow, without a husband, she was assumed to be a prostitute. Her father-in-law, Judah, ordered that she be burned alive for her crime.

    If Tamar’s fetuses had any value whatsoever, her execution would have been delayed until after their birth. There was no condemnation on Judah for deciding to take this action.

    Exodus 21:22-24. If two men are fighting and one injures a pregnant woman and the fetus is killed, he shall repay her according to the degree of injury inflicted upon *her*,and not the fetus.

    Author Brian McKinley, a born-again Christian, comments:

    “Thus we can see that if the baby is lost, it does not require a death sentence-it is not considered murder. But if the woman is lost, it is considered murder and is punished by death.”

    Halacha (Jewish Law) does define when a fetus becomes a nephesh (person), a full-fledged human being, when the head emerges from the womb. Before then, the fetus is considered a “partial-life”; it gains full human status after birth only.

    The Babylonian Talmud (Yevamot 69b) states that: “the embryo is considered to be mere water until the fortieth day.” Afterward, it is considered subhuman until it is born.

    Rashi, the great 12th century commentator on the Hebrew Bible and the Talmud, states clearly of the fetus ‘lav nephesh hu — it is not a person.’

    The Talmud contains the expression, “the thigh of its mother,” i.e., the fetus is deemed to be part and parcel of the pregnant woman’s body.

    This is grounded in Exodus 21:22. That biblical passage outlines the Mosaic Law in a case where a man is responsible for causing a woman’s miscarriage, which kills the fetus.

    If the woman survives, then the perpetrator has to pay a fine to the woman’s husband. If the woman is killed, the perpetrator is also killed. This indicates that the fetus has value, but does not have the status of a person.

    There are two additional passages in the Talmud which shed some light on abortion. They imply that the fetus is considered part of its mother:

    One section states that if a man purchases a cow that is found to be pregnant, then he is owner of both the cow and the fetus.

    Another section states that if a pregnant woman converts to Judaism, that her conversion also applies to her fetus.

    Some Jewish authorities have ruled in specific cases. one case involved a woman who becomes pregnant while nursing a child. Her milk supply would dry up. If the child is allergic to all other forms of nutrition except mother’s milk, then it would starve.

    An abortion would be permitted in this case, a potential person, would be justified to save the life of the child, an actual person.

    Judaism supports abortion access for women. Polls show 90 percent of American Jews supporting abortion rights.

    Pro-life apologists say at least the unborn has *some* value in the Old Testament, if not actual or real personhood. But the New Testament is more permissive than the Old Testament!

    In Christianity, Paul’s gospel displaces Jesus’ gospel. Jesus, a rabbi, repeatedly upheld Mosaic Law (Matthew 5:17-19; Mark 10:17-22; Luke 16:17) as did his apostles (see chapters 10, 15, and 21 of Acts). Paul, however, claims Mosaic Law has been abolished, referring to his previous adherence to the Law as “so much garbage…”

    So even if you could find a verse in the Old Testament indicating concern for the unborn, Paul, and not Jesus, says it’s “garbage.”

    Like animals in contemporary American society, the Bible accords the unborn marginal concern which is often inconsistent at best.

    Paul doesn’t say anything about abortion in any of his epistles. Paul repeatedly attacked sexual immorality.

    “This is God’s will—your sanctification, that you keep yourselves from sexual immorality, that each of you learn how to take his own wife in purity and honor, not in lustful passion like the gentiles who have no knowledge of God.” (I Thessalonians 4:3-5)

    “Make no mistake,” warned Paul, “no fornicator or idolater, none who are guilty either of adultery or of homosexual perversion, no thieves or grabbers or drunkards or slanderers or swindlers, will possess the kingdom of God.” (I Corinthians 6:9-10 [NEB])

    Paul told the gentiles to train themselves for godliness, to practice self-control and lead upright, godly lives (Galatians 5:23; I Timothy 4:7; II Timothy 1:7; Titus 2:11-12).

    He instructed them to *always* pray constantly. (I Thessalonians 5:17)

    Paul wrote further that women should cover their heads while worshiping, and that long hair on males is dishonorable. (I Corinthians 11:5-14)

    According to Paul, Christian women are to dress modestly and prudently, and are not to be adorned with braided hair, gold or pearls or expensive clothes. (I Timothy 2:9)

    Paul doesn’t say anything about abortion in any of his epistles, but would it matter if he had?

    Conservative Christians are quick to condemn anyone preaching a false gospel, but some conservative Christians argue not only that they’re not under Mosaic Law, but that they don’t have to follow Paul, either, because Paul claims the risen Jesus said to him three times “…my grace is sufficient for thee…” and they take this biblical verse as a license to do as they please.

    If their view prevails, then:

    What basis do pro-life Christians have for prohibiting abortion?

    Doesn’t “three times…” justify choice?

    Secular pro-life arguments are religion-neutral and thus applicable to everyone, including atheists and agnostics.

    The pro-life movement ALREADY HAS the support of organized religion.

    Instead of preaching to the choir, i.e., wasting time with religion, pro-lifers should focus on embryology and prenatal development, DNA, RNA, etc. to make their case to our mainstream secular society.

    That being said, while I admire Elizabeth Warren, celebrating one’s birthday at Planned Parenthood, the nation’s biggest abortion conglomerate, IS morbid. “Who wants death before birth?” asked antinuclear pro-life activist Juli Loesch. Again, Elizabeth Warren only offended pro-life Christians, not pro-choice Christians.

    The Democratic Party platform should support: Animal Rights, Defending the Affordable Care Act, Ending Citizens United, Ending Marijuana Prohibition, Giving Greater Visibility to Pro-Life Democrats, Gun Control, Net Neutrality, Raising the Minimum Wage to $15 an Hour, Responding to the Scientific Consensus on Global Warming, and a Sustainable Energy Policy.

    Democrats for Life of America, 10521 Judicial Drive, #200, Fairfax, VA 22030, (703) 424-6663

  27. The case against abortion is largely extra-canonical, not Scriptural. The earliest Christians were vegetarians as well as pacifists. Clemens Prudentius, the first Christian hymn writer, in one of his hymns exhorted his fellow Christians not to pollute their hands and hearts by the slaughter of innocent cows and sheep, and pointed to the variety of nourishing and pleasant foods obtainable without blood-shedding. Secular scholar Keith Akers concludes: “But many others, both orthodox and heterodox, testified to the vegetarian origins of Christianity. Both Athanasius and his opponent Arius were strict vegetarians. Many early church fathers were vegetarian, including Clement of Alexandria, Tertullian, Heironymus, Boniface, and John Chrysostom… Vegetarianism is at the heart of Christianity.”

    St. Richard of Wyche, a vegetarian, was moved by the sight of animals taken to slaughter: “Poor innocent little creatures. If you were reasoning beings and could speak, you would curse us. For we are the cause of your death, and what have you done to deserve it?” St. Francis of Assisi taught: “If you have men who will exclude any of God’s creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow men.” St. Filippo Neri spent his life protecting and rescuing living creatures. A vegetarian, he could not bear to pass a butcher’s shop. “Ah,” he exclaimed, “if everyone were like me, no one would kill animals!”

    “Thanks be to God!” wrote John Wesley, founder of Methodism, to the Bishop of London in 1747. “Since the time I gave up the use of flesh-meats and wine, I have been delivered from all physical ills.” Wesley was a vegetarian for spiritual reasons as well. Wesley based his vegetarianism on the biblical prophecies concerning the Kingdom of Peace, where “on the new earth, no creature will kill, or hurt, or give pain to any other.” Wesley taught that animals “shall receive an ample amends for all their present sufferings.” Wesley further taught that animals will attain heaven: in the “general deliverance” from the evils of this world, animals would be given “vigor, strength and swiftness… to a far higher degree than they ever enjoyed.” Wesley urged parents to educate their children about compassion towards animals: “I am persuaded you are not insensible of the pain given to every Christian, every humane heart, by those savage diversions, bull-baiting, cock-fighting, horse-racing, and hunting.”

    The Quakers have a long history of advocating kindness towards animals. In 1795, the Society of Friends (Quakers) in London passed a resolution condemning sport hunting: “…let our leisure be employed in serving our neighbor, and not in distressing, for our amusement, the creatures of God.” John Woolman (1720-1772) was a Quaker preacher and abolitionist who traveled throughout the American colonies attacking slavery and cruelty to animals. Woolman wrote that he was “early convinced in my mind that true religion consisted in an inward life, wherein the heart doth love and reverence God the Creator and learn to exercise true justice and goodness, not only toward all men, but also toward the brute creatures… Where the love of God is verily perfected… a tenderness toward all creatures made subject to us will be experienced, and a care felt in us that we do not lessen that sweetness of life in the animal creation which the great Creator intends for them.”

    Joshua Evans (1731-1798), a Quaker, said reverence for life was the moral basis of his vegetarianism: “I considered that life was sweet in all living creatures, and taking it away became a very tender point with me… I believe my dear Master has been pleased to try my faith and obedience by teaching me that I ought no longer to partake of anything that had life.” The “Quaker poet” and abolitionist John Greenleaf Whittier (1807-1892), wrote: “The sooner we recognize the fact that the mercy of the Almighty extends to every creature endowed with life, the better it will be for us as men and Christians.”

    The founder and first secretary of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA), the Reverend Arthur Broome, an Anglican priest, endured poverty and jail for the cause of animals. The RSPCA was originally founded as a Christian Society “entirely based on the Christian Faith, and on Christian Principles,” sponsoring sermons on humane education in churches in London. Its first Prospectus spoke of the need to extend Christian charity and benevolence to the animals, and was signed by many leading 19th century Christians including William Wilberforce, Richard Martin, G.A. Hatch, J. Bonner, and Dr. Heslop.

    General William Booth (1829-1912), founder of the Salvation Army, practiced and advocated vegetarianism. Booth never officially condemned flesh eating as cruelty to animals nor as gluttony, but taught that abstinence from luxury is helpful to the cause of Christian charity. “It is a great delusion to suppose that flesh of any kind is essential to health,” he insisted.

    Although Seventh Day Adventists are known to promote vegetarianism, nonsmoking, and nondrinking for health and nutrition, church founder Ellen White taught kindness to animals is a Christian duty. She urged the faithful to: “Think of the cruelty that meat eating involves, and its effect on those who inflict and those who behold it. How it destroys the tenderness with which we should regard these creatures of God!”

    “To stand for Christ is to stand against the evil of cruelty inflicted on those who are weak, vulnerable, unprotected, undefended, morally innocent, and in that class we must unambiguously include animals. There is something profoundly Christ-like about the innocent suffering of animals. Look around you and see the faces of Christ in the billions of innocent animals suffering in factory farms, in laboratories, in abattoirs, in circuses and in animals hunted for sport.”

    —Reverend Andrew Linzey, contemporary Anglican priest, and author of several books on animal rights and Christianity

  28. Pro-Life. Being a Christain there is no other stance I can take. Jesus tells us many times in the Bible how much He loves the little children, who am I to go against my Lord? If Jesus tells us over and over again how much He loves His little ones than it is serious and we as a nation better get on our knees and ask for His will to be done and to please forgive and save our country.

  29. Vasu, you’re great, I agree with what you say, I think that you should write more often but not as long, people on here are ignorant right wingers, almost all uneducated so keeping it short might be better, shorter but more often. You and I truly cannot get through these people, some are stupid, others are racist, others are brainwashed, most are all three and then some other issues of hatred.

  30. Many children have risen from poverty to do well in their life. Many who come from rich families have gone bad so it isn’t a fair assumption that an unwanted child raised in poverty will become a serial killer. That’s just an excuse for killing a baby. Poverty does not itself cause a child to go bad. The family is the driving force in how a child will turn out. Sadly, many children do not have a family life. There is no father in the home and the mother runs wild drinking or doing dope So do not make abortion a glorification to save children from becoming felons, drug abusers or serial killers.

  31. You are very SICK!!!!! It is NOT the child’s fault if its mother was raped. Have you ever heard of ADOPTION???

  32. Vasu, you know absolutely NOTHING at all about God or Christians. Try actually studying the Bible and find what it teaches.

  33. Vasu, you are extremely SICK!!!!! You quote the Bible but have NO CLUE what it teaches, NO!!!! The Bible does not permit the MURDER of babies, in or out of the womb. Your “proof” is very flawed. So if someone does something in the Bible that means it is permitted???? Your ignorance is profound

  34. You are a VERY SICK LIAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Take your sick hate somewhere else!!! You know NOTHING at all about “right-wingers”. That is very obvious. You don’t know any. I know HUNDREDS, and ALL are very intelligent, loving people who do a lot for others. And MOST are very educated. NONE are stupid, brainwashed, or racist. BUT YOU ARE!!!!!! You are very brainwashed by your sick lib leaders and their sick lies. Read your own posts and see the SICK HATE and RACIM in them. And you are proving that YOU are very uneducated. What is your IQ, 30???

  35. And by the way, PLEASE take an English course. Your grammar is atrocious. You attack us for being uneducated, but your own lack of education is very obvious.

  36. Congress is the best argument for Pro-aboritionists. Judgement day is coming soon, you will be rewarded for the good you have done or for the evil you have done. I used to be Catholic until I started reading the Bible!PLEASE AT LEAST READ JOHN 3:3, more recently I have found the Vatican to be a satanic cult! DONT WORSHIP YOUR RELIGION MORE THAN YOUR GOD!check out Revelation chapter 17 for their fate! Good luck to you my Catholic brothers and sisters!


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